A frequently repeated leadership tip is, “Play to your strengths.” It’s advice that’s not only a bit vague, but also misleading: Often leadership involves having to deal with situations we’re not accustomed to or that make us uncomfortable. And, like a lot of one-size-fits-all personal advice, “play to your strengths” doesn’t really give any useful information to go on.

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